Hope your week is going well. I wonder if we will have a white Christmas this year? Wet and very windy seems to be the way this week will end!! As long as the white stuff stays away a little longer. Here is the card we are going to make tonight.
Cut out and fold white card using the stepper template.Cover the three small steps with Christmas paper - Papermania 'Home for Christmas'. Cover the larger step with more Christmas paper.
Punch out a piece of the red paper using the Martha Stewart 'Rings' punch into a narrow strip. Glue this to the right-hand edge of the card.
Tear four pieces of white card to look like snow and glue to the steps on the card. Punch out one large white snowflake using the Woodware punch and add to the top left of the large step, using sticky foam pads. Punch another white snowflake but rub this one over the Versamark pad and heat emboss using the Claret embossing powder. Fix this one in the same way to the top left of the back step of the card.
Stamp the snowman four times onto white card and heat emboss with the Claret embossing powder. Cut them out and fix them to the card front using sticky foam pads.
Next take some white paper and the stencil and trace around the tree. Cut the tree out and rub over the Versamark pad and heat emboss using the Claret embossing powder. Fix this to the card front with Imagination Craft's Magi-Bond Glue.
Punch out five small white snowflakes and attach to the card front using sticky foam pads. Punch out a two inch white circle and stamp 'Happy Christmas' and some snowflakes onto it using the Versamark pad and heat emboss with the Claret embossing powder. Fix this circle to the top right of the card using sticky foam pads. Well that's it folks, finished. Hope you like it. Thank you so much for visiting my blog and I hope I may have inspired you a little with my card. Until next time I blog, be happy, stay warm and safe.
Love and Rainbows,
Hugs Jennifer xx